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Thursday, December 24, 2020

Paranormal Prattle (Fire in the Sky!) | #621 Warm-Up (Patreon Exclusive)

UFO takes man while truck sits by

 Jason's experience with paranormal subreddits, our thoughts on paranormal podcasts, D.B. Sweeney's 'Fire in the Sky', and his short-lived supernatural series 'Strange Luck' are all discussed in varying degrees here! Many laughs are had!

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Nolan on the River | News 12/21/20


Listen to "Nolan on the River | News 12/21/20" on Spreaker.More Warner Media HBOmax fallout, Batman’s r-rated f-bomb controversy, What time you can FINALLY watch Wonder Woman 1984 on HBOmax, Tyler Hoechlin’s new Superman suit, and tons more—including us answering YOUR questions! Like who should Bob Odenkirk play in the DCEU? If we were Darkseid, which world we invade first? Should Space Ghost, Blue Falcon and other Hanna Barbara superheroes be integrated into the DC Universe? And a brand new voicemail for our beloved Widder Woman! Right after these messages from sponsors we have not approved of!

Monday, December 14, 2020

A Christmas Carol (Patreon Exclusive)


A Christmas Carol art by Spencer Roeder. Text: DC on SCREEN Patreon

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Back in 2013, some 20 months before Jason and I started DC on SCREEN, my brother-in-law (and close friend since 2003) Spencer Roeder contacted me with an idea to record our own rendition of the Campbell Playhouse Presents “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, Orson Welles, and his Mercury Theater, originally performed on Christmas Eve 1939. This was to be a Christmas gift for our family. And in that spirit, I pass it on to you, dear patron.


Ashley Roeder - Jacob Marley, The Ghost of Christmas Past, Belle, Mrs. Cratchit, and Boy.

Brittany Roberson - The Ghost of Christmas Present, Martha Cratchit, Gentlemen, Man 1, and served as Executive Producer

Spencer Roeder -  The Narrator (but NOT Orson Welles as the play was originally written), Bob Cratchit, Belle’s husband, Fred, Man 2, Tiny Tim, and served as the Executive Editor

David C. Roberson -  Ebenezer Scrooge, Fezziwig, and Orson Welles.

We are not actors, and the audio is representative of our skillset at the time.

This is presented here, in my mind, as a laugh. Have one on us and at our expense as our blood kin did before you.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Thank you for your support.

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Halter Tops, Distractions, and Buffer Time (Patreon Exclusive)


Will Smith describes a raggedy old halter top that says Jam on an episode of the Fresh Prince Text: DC on SCREEN Patreon

After the end of #620, Jason and Dave talked for a while longer. About Will Smith's  "Raggedy-old halter top that say, "JAM!", distractions that come up when wives are binging random television, and the concept of "buffer time" as presented by Star Trek: Lower Decks!

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